Benefits Canada: Using evidence on the links between loneliness and depression, coronary heart disease and stroke, the study estimated its cost to employers includes the effect on employees’ health and those they care for...
National Post: The legalization of recreational marijuana next week is reopening old wounds and sparking new battles between employers and employees in high-risk jobs that could wind up in the court system.
The Chronicle Herald: Will legalization of cannabis help or hurt employee health and productivity?
The Globe and Mail: In a few days there will be another legal recreational drug available for Canadians of legal age to indulge in. Canada will be the first industrialized country in the world to legalize cannabis for recreational use.
Benefit Canada: As many organizations turn their focus to mental-health awareness in October, Staples Canada is reminding its employees they have help available if they need it.
The Globe and Mail: Two words in the English language when spoken authentically are among the most powerful phrases for promoting social connections: “Thank you.”
The Globe and Mail: By extending accommodation to students living with a mental health problem, universities and colleges will ensure they set out to join the work force with confidence in their capacity to succeed.
The Globe and Mail: First responders form a unique and resilient work force. Safeguarding their mental health is integral to protecting and promoting the safety of our communities.
The Globe and Mail: Every week in Canada, half a million people call in sick because of a mental health problem or illness.
Global News: Mental health coverage varies widely in Canada, from minimal coverage to thousands of dollars a year.